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37. Hogan, op. cit.

  

38. See note 1 above.

  

39. Demand and Conservation Panel, op. cit.; and see note 34 above.

  

40. S.Schurr, J.Darmstadter, H.Perry, W.Ramsay, and M. Russell, An Overview and Interpretation of Energy in America’s Future: The Choices Before Us (Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, June 1979).

  

41. See note 33 above.

  

42. See note 34 above.

  

43. Lee Schipper, “Raising the Productivity of Energy Utilization,” in Annual Review of Energy, ed. Jack M.Hollander, vol. 1 (Palo Alto, Calif.: Annual Reviews, Inc., 1976), pp. 455–517.

  

44. Synthesis Panel, Modeling Resource Group, op. cit.

  

45. L.A.Taylor, The Demand for Energy: A Survey of Price and Income Elasticities, working paper prepared for CONAES. (Available in CONAES public file, April 1976.)

  

46. Hogan, op. cit.

  

47. Demand and Conservation Panel, op. cit.

  

48. Institute for Energy Studies, op. cit.

  

49. D.Chapman, “Taxation, Energy Use, and Employment,” statement presented at hearings, Subcommittee on Energy, Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress, 95th Cong., 2d Sess., March 15–16, 1978.

  

50. W.Nordhaus and J.Tobin, “Is Growth Obsolete?” in Economic Growth. National Bureau of Economic Research (New York: Columbia University Press, 1972).



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